The Governor and the Students: Encina and Oak Grove High Schools
: This program features a combination of seniors from two schools, Oak Grove High School in San Jose and Encina High School in Sacramento. Two videotapes represent two different programs taped at the same location on the same day, identified on the slate as programs 17A and 17B, taped January 7. Labels on the tapes are January 9 and January 16, 1974, which may be the broadcast dates.
These were part of a televised series of question-and-answer sessions with high school students conducted by Ronald Reagan as governor of California, relating to California state political issues. The series was produced by JRH and Associates, Inc.Sequence
: Part 1: Visual of Reagan talking to students, but no sound (00:00), black (01:06), introductory slate (01:12), opening title sequence (01:42), Reagan begins speaking (02:03), first question, about Watergate (02:37), closing sequence (28:42).
Part 2: introductory slate (01:17), opening title sequence (01:38), Reagan begins speaking (02:00), first question, about oil drilling around Santa Barbara and the environment (02:23), closing sequence (28:44).Source
: 2 Tapes of 2: 2 inch videotape: QuadCollection Guide
: The Governor and the Students Videotape Series, 1973-1974Call Number
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